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 Baron Samedi Oil

Baron Samedi Oil

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• Handmade item Infused with coconut oil essential oils, and herbs 100% Natural.

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More Details On My  BARON SAMEDI OIL:


Baron Samedi is rules the dead, through him life and death is given or denied. He is the only one who can accept an individual into the realm of the dead. Once Baron Samedi digs a grave for a person, the person dies. As the soul of the deceased rises from the grave, Baron greets them and leads them to the underworld. Because Baron is the guardian of the graves, he watches over them to make sure that the soul doesn’t return in the world. Baron Samedi is one of the most notorious of the Loa and is associated with extraordinary healing powers. It is said that he is able to see the worlds of the living and the dead at the same. Additionally, he is the loa of resurrection, and in the latter capacity he is often called upon for healing by those near or approaching death, as it is only the Baron that can accept an individual into the realm of the dead.

Baron Samedi is the head of the Ghédé Loa, there are various ways his name is spelled, which depends on the religion one is referring too(each religion not listed). For example, Bawon Samedi (Haitian Vodou) Baron Samdi,  or Bawon Sanmdi. Fun fact, Samedi means Saturday and French, which is Baron’s day. Baron has numerous other incarnations Baron Cemeteries, Baron La Croix, and Baron Kriminel. His wife is the Loa Maman Brigitte, Mother Of The Cemeteries. He is usually depicted as a Black Man, with a black glasses, top hat, black tuxedo, and cotton plugs in the nostrils, to resemble a corpse dressed and prepared for burial in the Haitian style. He has a white, frequently skull-like face.  Baron is syncretized with Saint Martin de Porres. Baron is noted for disruption, obscenity, debauchery, and having a particular fondness for tobacco and rum.

What he demands in return depends on his mood. Sometimes he is content with his followers wearing black, white or purple clothes or using sacred objects; traditionally a small gift of cigars, rum, black coffee, grilled peanuts, or bread will do. But sometimes the Baron requires a vodou ceremony to help him cross over into this world. Which should only be done by professional practitioners. If you have no knowledge of Vodou Ceremonies, do not attempt to do the ceremony. Baron Samedi can usually be found at the crossroad.   Baron Samedi stands at the crossroads between the worlds of the living and the dead. He resides over cemeteries and the dead. My creation of this oil is a special one for many reasons. But most importantly to honor Baron Samedi who has done so much for me and my family. #ProudGhedeBaby 💜🖤


Ritual oils are not recommended to use on skin. Use on skin at your own risk.

Avoid use during pregnancy.

Do NOT Ingest.
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